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BHF Centre of Regenerative Medicine annual meeting 2018

When Sep 28, 2018
from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Royal Society, London
Contact Name
Contact Phone 01223 331504
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The BHF Centre of Regenerative Medicine has been renewed for another four years (2017-2021) with PIs from Bristol, Cambridge, Leeds, Manchester, and Oxford. The first annual research symposium of the renewed Centre will take place on Friday 28 September 2017 at the Royal Society.

This event is free but attendance is restricted to Centre-funded groups in the first instance. Please contact Katja if you have any questions about this event.

Draft programme has been copied below and can be downloaded from here. This year's keynote lecture will be given by Prof Neil Henderson (Edinburgh).


BHF Oxbridge Centre of Regenerative Medicine Annual Meeting 2018

10.00 Arrival, Registration, Coffee
10.20 Paul Riley - Update on the Oxbridge BHF CRM2
10.30 Shankar Srinivas (Oxford) - Emergence of form and function in the embryonic heart: a single cell perspective
11.00 Helle Jorgensen (Cambridge) - title TBC
11.30 Ellie Tzima (Oxford) - title TBC
12.00 Jurgen Schneider (Leeds) - title TBC
12.30 Lunch
13.30 Robin Choudhury (Oxford) - Opportunities to modulate the innate immune response in acute MI
14.00 Rebecca Richardson (Bristol) - Investigating the role of inflammation in heart regeneration in zebrafish
14.30 Nicola Smart (Oxford) - Novel insights into the regulation of epicardial formation, heterogeneity and fate determination
15.00 Tea
15.45 Neil Henderson (Edinburgh) - Using single cell RNA sequencing to investigate mechanisms of organ fibrosis and repair
16.30 Paul Riley - Closing comments


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